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Will it be it as fire as ‘Views’?
Champagne Papi, aka Drake, had to learn his moves from someone.
And that someone might just be his reportedly 60-something-year-old father, Dennis Graham, who recently publicized his plans to drop an R&B album.
Graham on Wednesday posted an Instagram from his music video of the song “Kinda Crazy.” It’s reportedly one of the tracks on the album.
I want all my family and friends to check out my single and video which will be debuting on TMZ tomorrow it’s here @applemusic thanks to everyone who made it possible @nikeishaanderssonfilms @dustinque @[email protected]@rocktopics (KINDA CRAZY)@Feliciaelinoreweeren
A photo posted by Dennis Graham (@therealdennisg) on
TMZ, which first obtained a snippet from an upcoming music video off the album, reports that Graham reached out to Jamie Lovine, a producer and CRO at Meltdown Comics, about collaborating on the piece. The song and music video will be released later this month as Graham and Lovine continue to work on the album.
Although Drake hasn’t publicly endorsed his father’s album, Champagne Papi reportedly approves of father’s endeavors.
Twitter seems just as excited.
Have to be honest, Drake’s dad is a better singer than Drake himself
— Giovanni Mio (@gmio93) August 10, 2016
I see you, Drake’s dad
— David (@i_luvzorz_greg) August 10, 2016
drake’s dad is releasing an r&b album. 2016 might be the best year for music ever.
— m.kelly (@MattAskins) August 10, 2016
And if Papa Graham is anything like his son, we’re all on board.